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ISSN 2278-4012

APRIL 2017

Vol. 6, Issue: 2

  1. Classroom Observation: Teacher’s Talk

Abdalmaujod A. Hardan, IRAQ

[FULL PAPER]

  1. The Place of Inner-Circle Culture in Saudi Secondary School Textbooks

Badr Allehyani1, Dr. Dave Burnapp2 and Professor Janet Wilson3, UK

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Scaffolding (Peer Tutoring) Through Synchronous and Asynchronous Modes of Interaction: Vygotsky’s Concept of Zone of Proximal Development

Marium Din, Ph.D, PAKISTAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Does Learning Style Affect Academic Performance of Business Administration Students?

Marium Din, Ph.D, PAKISTAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. The Effect of Explicit vs. Implicit Teaching of Stress Patterns on Pronunciation Improvement and the Establishment of Communication of Iranian Intermediate EFL Learners

Mohammad Jafar Jabbari1 and Zahra Nazari2, IRAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Storytelling and Grammar Learning:

A Study among Young – Elementary EFL Learners in Colombia

Fabián Vergel García, M.A.  COLOMBIA

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Do Discourse Markers Effect the Writing Efficiency?

Evidence from Undergraduate Business Students

Syed Muhammad Mujtaba, PAKISTAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1.  A Contemporary Saudi Perspective on Bilingual Dictionary Use during EFL Writing Tests

Mazeegha Ahmed Al-Tale, SAUDI ARABIA

[FULL PAPER]

  1.  Considering Critical Pedagogy in Constructing Models for

EFL Materials Model Development

Reza Biria1Ahmad Norooziand Mohammad Ali Esfandiari3, IRAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Gender Differences in Mentoring Iranian Female Staff

Azizeh Chalak1, Ph.D. Mohammad Ali Esfandiari2 Ph.D. Candidate and

Ahmad Noroozi3 Ph.D. Candidate, IRAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. A Comparative Study of EFL Learners’ De-Motivation and Re-Motivation

Processes in Distance vs. Regular Education Systems

Razieh Rabbani Yekta, IRAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Effect of Reflective Teaching Practices on Student Learning

Rashida Aziz, Dr. Yasira Waqar, Dr. Tahira Batool Bokhari, PAKISTAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Impact of Reading Strategies on Reading of Kindergarten and Nursery Students:

 A Case Study

Nasreen Farah Malik, Dr. Yasira Waqar, Dr. Tahira Batool BokhariPAKISTAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Use of web 2.0 Technologies on Enhancing Writing Performance:

A Perception Study

Mohammad Basir Bakhtyari, AFGHANISTAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Development of Phonological Awareness in English in Marathi Speaking Children

 (5 to 7 years)

Mrs. Aarti P. Waknis1, Ms. Tabitha Virginia Chintala2 and Dr. C. S. Vanaja3, INDIA

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Literacy in Pakistan: A Language Socialization Perspective

Saima Murtaza Pandhiani1 and Dr Hameed Panhwar2, PAKISTAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Interference and Effect of Mother Tongue on English as Medium of Instruction in Pharmacy Education in Sudan

Salah Elnaeem Mohamed Eltom, SAUDI ARABIA

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Global Models on the Acceptance of Faculty Members for Technology in Education:

A Review of the Literature

Mohammed Bin Saad Saleh Altamimi, MALAYSIA

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Religious Ideology & Discourse:

A Critical Discourse Analysis  of Pakistani Religious Scholars’ Speeches

Munaza NoorPAKISTAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. The Greatness of Freedom: Michael K’s Lifelong Desire to be United with the Inseparable Root in J.M Coetzee’sLife and Times of Michael K

Shohel Rana, BANGLADESH

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Classroom Management is Prerequisite for Effective Teaching

Dr. Anjali Hans , SAUDI ARABIA, and Mr. Emmanuel Hans, INDIA

[FULL PAPER]

  1. Motivation towards Language Learning: A Study of Pakistani ESL Learners at Certificate Level

Mudassar Nazir, PAKISTAN, Shahid Bashir, OMAN, Zahid Bashir, PAKISTAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. The Themes of Evil and Revenge in “Wuthering Heights” a Novel by Emily Bronte

 Sanaullah Ansari1,  Abdul Hameed Panhwar2 and Sain Dino Sandand Faria Ghaffar4, PAKISTAN

[FULL PAPER]

  1. On Pakistani ESL Learners’ Pronunciation Practices of Derivational Affixes

*Nosher Ali, M.Phil [Corresponding Author], **Saima Yousaf, M.Phil, ***Muhammad Imran

Afzal, M.Phil and ****Nausher Ali, M.Phil, PAKISTAN

[FULL  PAPER]

  1. The Polysemy of the Arabic Verb [dˤɑrɑbɑ] ‘hit’

Khalid Alsalim, SAUDI ARABIA

[FULL PAPER]

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